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Training & Education. Training is an essential part of MSHA’s mission to keep miners safe and healthy. Our goal is to help the mining industry develop high-quality training programs, and to strengthen and modernize training through collaboration with industry stakeholders. Federal law requires that all miners receive basic and annual refresher training, and that all mine operators maintain an effective training
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Mining Courses and Certifications. If you're interested in traditional mining, you can take courses like Minerals and Mining in a Sustainable World or Health, Safety, and Wellness in Mining, both from the University of Queensland. You'll study the sustainability and process of different mining sites and understanding different mining hardwareRead More
MSHA offers a wide variety of mine safety and health training programs and courses both in-person and online. In-person courses are held regularly at the National Mine Health and Safety Academy in Beaver, West Virginia, and can also be scheduled at your worksite upon request. Our online materials and resources can be integrated into your own training programsRead More
A normal class is informal and dress is business casual. However, due to safety concerns, proper PPE should be worn to Academy classes that include mine labs and mine field trips. You may wish to bring formal business attire for the graduation ceremony or other activities. A typical class day begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. AllRead More
Mining Classes. Classes are held regularly for current and potential miners. Most classes begin at 8 a.m. See schedules below. Class sized are limited due to social distancing recommendations. Those interested in Price classes please call Tawni at (435) 613-5501 between 9:00 am and 2:00 pmRead More
Interactive online (Zoom) classes are also available every month. Training provided by OMTI is free of charge to the mining companies who hold permits in Oklahoma. OMTI will provide training at mine sites throughout the state, if requested. There will be a minimal fee charged for private classes requested at a mine site. Training CoursesRead More
The Program. Bevill State’s Mine Technology Program has provided training to the mining industry since 1975. Federally mandated training classes are taught throughout the state, from Huntsville to Mobile. Classes are scheduled days, evenings, and weekends to accommodate the needs of the miningRead More
The term “Mining” refers to a complex process of creating cryptocurrency through hardware or software before it becomes part of the global crypto exchange on the block-chain. BLOCKCHAIN Learn about Crypto parts, a currency protocol layer, and a “backbone” protocol layer, referred to as the BlockchainRead More
HAZARD BRANCH OFFICE 556 VILLAGE LANE, HAZARD KY / 606-435-6079 IN PERSON CLASSES Surface Initial – (LAST 4 DAYS) beginning Monday, August 9, ending Thursday, August 12, 7 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Surface Retraining – Tuesday, August 3, 7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Surface Mine Foreman Retraining – Thursday, August 5, 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. Underground Initial – (LAST 7 DAYS) beginning Monday, AugustRead More
Jan 18, 2006 Class size is limited and pre-registration is required. To take a job underground, inexperienced miners are required to complete a mining orientation training program, as well as pass a test to certify they have a basic knowledge of the industry. Classes will be held at the Fred Eberle Technical Center in Buckhannon, W.VaRead More
Welcome. Mining Engineering is an exciting field for the sheer number of possibilities it presents. It ranges on a broad spectrum of engineering skills including mechanical, electrical, geophysical, computer science, and others. Starting out with high average salaries of $68,000 per year, the Mining Engineer can undertake countless jobRead More
Mining Technology is an Associate in Applied Science Degree for students who plan to work in an underground or surface coal mine. Students considering Mining Technology should be capable of working underground in a production environment in proximity to heavy equipment. ... Find upcoming classes on our training calendar below. If you need toRead More
The mining industry is involved with the extraction of precious minerals and other geological materials. The extracted materials are transformed into a mineralized form that serves an economic benefit to the prospector or miner. Typical activities in the mining industry include metals productionRead More
The Division of Mineral Mining administers the Certification program for persons working in mineral mines whose duties require competency, skill and knowledge to perform consistently and safely. The following certifications are offered by DMM: 1. Surface foreman. 2. Surface foreman open pitRead More